An investigator tries to find a gang responsible for a series of bank robberies thus jeopardizing his sister, the girlfriend of the gang's ringleader.
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Conrad Nagel .... Alan O'Connor
Eleanor Hunt .... Bobbie Reynolds
Vince Barnett .... Bulb
Frank Milan .... Jerry Turner
Nat Carr .... Yoritz
Marlo Dwyer .... Kay O'Connor (as Wilma Francis)
William L. Thorne .... Inspector Macy
Wheeler Oakman .... Joe Karlotti
Charles Delaney .... Duke
Phil Dunham .... Leon Curtis
Sidney D'Albrook .... Grimes
Pat Gleason .... Barney
Wilson Benge .... Overman
Henry Roquemore .... Sheriff
(gee boss) Photographer is comic relief and couldn't pour urine out of a boot with directions stamped on the heel, but it's a good flick. Enjoyable if not corny..
February 20, 2009 Subject:
It's not top-notch, but it was great movie. The photographer is pretty funny and all the actors were perfectly casted. I would give 3.5 stars if I could; well done.
April 19, 2006 Subject:
Not that bad
There is a wide range of opinios on this one.
For this collection it is a very good movie.
You can certainly do a lot worse.
The print quality is very good and the movie itself has some substance.
March 21, 2006 Subject:
Step by Step
Bank Alarm is a pretty straightforward, pull no punches actioner that pits a married (nice!) couple of a G-Man and (yes) G-Woman, against a counterfeit money ring. The bad guys you see, popped the counterfeiter of the money they are planning to distribute. (thanks to the descriptions of 5! Count em! 5! Newspaper headlines we get to see), The G-People, as I like to call them, methodically step by step, follow the pieces of the puzzle until the end until itÂs somewhat predictably conclusion. Actually, this is so straightforward, thereÂs hardly any suspense happening, But still, it does have itÂs moments, but I could have done away with the lame comedy bits provided by Vince Barnett.
February 20, 2006 Subject:
Met my expectations...
March 10, 2005 Subject:
November 9, 2004 Subject:
Criminal Crime Drama
The best thing about this picture is that it is an excellent print and in super shape. Otherwise it's a routine crime programmer, maybe a little more idiotic than most. The "comedy" of Vince Barnett, or the lack of it brings this film down drastically, as well. Conrad Nagel, and Wheeler Oakman turn in professional performances as usual, but the rest of the cast leaves a lot to be desired. 'Nuff said.